political burnout, I completely understand. Politics pervades
everything, but proper US politics I'm a little burnt out on myself.
On Feb 6, 2005, at 9:31 AM, I Shof wrote:
Hello Raymond, Thanks for the post regarding my "hate political
vlogs," post. I hope you had a chance to get some sleep. You looked
very tired in your videoblog. A sign of a very hard worker. When I
wrote the post, I had no idea of the passion this subject has here in
the US. Plus I DEFINITELY never gave other countries a thought. Nor did
I even know that Norway was in the midst of an election. Even though I
hate political vlogs, I quickly recognize that videoblogging is an
EXCELLENT way to get a message out and on a tight budget at that.
Particularly during an election campaign. What has happened here in the
US is that, as you know, we too had a National election. Someone won,
someone lost. But now, with all the new media available to the average
guy, even though his party lost, it easy to continue throwing mud, long
after the official mud throwing is over. I want to move on to other
things. Live life to the fullest, if you will. Perhaps next election,
even I will do political vlogs.Maybe I'll even run for office HAH!! For
now though I just want to have fun. Good luck in your project. I'll be
watching for more posts from you. Ira
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